[ mahr-shuh-leez, -lees ]
/ ˌmɑr ʃəˈliz, -ˈlis /
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noun, plural Mar·shall·ese.
a native or inhabitant of the Marshall Islands, especially a member of a Micronesian people native to these Islands.
the Polynesian language of the Marshall Islands.
of or relating to the Marshall Islands, their inhabitants, or their language.
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Marshallese and Micronesian workers also landed in Waterloo after leaving their islands in part because of climate change.How the History of Waterloo, Iowa, Explains How Meatpacking Plants Became Hotbeds of COVID-19|by Bernice Yeung and Michael Grabell|December 21, 2020|ProPublica